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Collection: Plastic {From NYFW With Fashion Sizzle}

It was my second time at NYFW and I was extremely excited to show my new collection: “Plastic”.
This time around at NYFW, I showed with Fashion Sizzle. I was so honored when they asked me to show all the way back in March. Of course, my busy self didn’t even start the collection until July due to graduation from High School and my showing of two other collections: Creation and Demise and Soda. Both with the amazing Culture Piece Magazine.
My collection “Plastic” was inspired by Barbie and Porcelain Dolls. Growing up, I’ve always loved playing with Polly Pockets, Bratz, and any other brand of dolls you can think of. So, because I’m getting older and have seldom time to enjoy myself and relax, I’ve decided to make a collection that represents my time not only as a child, but the obsession with society to constantly stay youthful and perfect.
When you're plastic, you don’t age. When you’re plastic, you don’t cry. When you’re plastic, you’re perfect. We often try to find ways that will p…

Emoji Clay Charms {DIY}



Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to make Emoji charms two different ways. Enjoy!

Materials:
Polymer Clay
Acrylic Paint
Paint Brushes
Floral Wire
Pliers
Chain
Clear Nail Polish or Acrylic Sealant or Triple Thick
X-ACTO Knife



Surprisingly, these Emoji charms are very easy to make. You don't have to be a pro at making clay charms in order to make these.
The first way to make these Emoji charms are to use clay for all of the details. As in; the eyes and mouth. The less details the Emoji has, the easy it will be.
For the second way, use the paint to paint on the faces of the Emoji. This method is good to use if the Emoji has a lot of details.
Also, the charm doesn't have to be yellow. You can even use the dancing lady, the ice cream. or the hands. However, those will require more practice and patients.

Thank you for reading and watching!
-Hawwaa